Thursday, July 06, 2017

AD ALTA - An epic soundtrack for every human story: triumph, tragedy, inspiration, exhilaration…and adventure

AD ALTA - An epic soundtrack for every human story: triumph, tragedy, inspiration, exhilaration…and adventure.
Over a year in production, AD ALTA (Latin for “to the summit”) is an ambitious and inspiring project influenced by iconic film scores such as Star Wars, Braveheart, Gladiator, and Schindler’s List - along with anthemic pop/rock and ethnic music from around the world. It features a live orchestra, Nashville’s Finest studio musicians, and notable guest performers from as far away as Vienna, Austria.
Since moving to Nashville in 1995, Daneker has helped many of Christian music’s top artists bring their music to life in the studio and on tour, including Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Steven Curtis Chapman and many more. During all that time, he dreamed of expressing his own artistic vision through a soundtrack that would reflect the whole of human experience. Daneker finally took a leap of faith and stepped away from other work to pursue this dream.
Daneker describes the project as a musical metaphor for his journey through the ups and downs of life, which he believes any listener will relate to.  “There’s something on this record for everyone, no matter where you are on your own journey. At one point or another we all experience pain, loss, and difficulty…but hopefully some triumphs, adventures, and healing as well. This is my story set to music so it reflects all of those things, but I hope it deeply moves and encourages the listener, that it helps tell their own story, and ultimately that it reflects the hope that there are better days ahead.”
AD ALTA will be available June 13th, 2017 at as well as iTunes, Amazon and all major digital outlets.
You can learn more about Jim Daneker at and

  You can view the AD ALTA teaser video, here:

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